Globe North: Players of the week, Top 10 football teams

Johnny and Brian Aylward share a hug after their win.

Barry Chin/Globe Staff

Johnny and Brian Aylward share a hug after their win.

High 5

The Aylwards, Tewksbury: Johnny, a senior quarterback, was 10 of 11 for 125 yards and a touchdown as the Redmen pummeled Plymouth South, 42-14, for the Division 3 Super Bowl title. His father, Brian, won his first title in 17 years as head coach as Tewksbury capped its first undefeated season since he was a fullback in 1985.


Bishop Fenwick defense: In a 28-0 shutout of Northbridge in the Division 5 Super Bowl, the Fenwick D limited the Rams to 114 total yards, just 11 on the ground.

D’Andre Drummond-Mayrie, Central Catholic: Leading a relentless rushing attack, the University of New Hampshire recruit scampered for 119 yards and three touchdowns as Central captured the Division 1 Super Bowl, 34-17, over Xaverian.

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Rufus Rushins, Bishop Fenwick: Just a little over a month after dislocating his left elbow, the 6-foot-1, 230 pound junior back took 15 carries for 170 yards and three touchdowns as the undefeated Crusaders trampled Northbridge for the D5 title.

James Sullivan, Tewksbury: The junior back ran for 125 yards, scoring four total touchdowns — one on an interception return — in the D3 Super Bowl game.

Snow’s Top 10 Teams:


(Listed with final 2013 record)

 1. Central Catholic (11-1); beat Xaverian, 34-17, in D-1 Super Bowl

 2. Tewksbury (13-0); beat Plymouth South, 42-14, in D-3 Super Bowl

 3. Everett (8-2)

 4. Bishop Fenwick (13-0); beat Northbridge, 28-0, in D-5 Super Bowl

 5. Melrose (10-2)

 6. Marblehead (9-2)

 7. Reading (8-2)

 8. Pentucket (8-2)

 9. Lowell (7-4)

10. Haverhill (7-4)

Taylor C. Snow

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